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[BUG] Start in Terminal misconfigured

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#1 squaregoldfish



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Posted 02 September 2016 - 09:51 AM

(Forgive me if this should be somewhere else - I can't work out where bugs should be reported.)


On a fresh install of Bodhi (3.2.1, 64 bit), double-clicking an executable file gives you the option to Execute or Execute in Terminal.


Execute in Terminal tries to run the program from x-terminal-emulator, which isn't installed by default. The terminal can be changed to terminology in the file manager's perferences, but this shouldn't be necessary - it should be set up correctly from the beginning.





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#2 Jeff


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Posted 02 September 2016 - 02:12 PM

This will be corrected in 4.0.0 before we stamp a stable release. It worked in 3.x at some point, but I think a PCMan update defaulted the settings on us.

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